Sculpture in your garden

Rodin's sculpture of Adam in the Israel Museum's garden

I was reflecting on the trend for outdoor living rooms. Frequently I see gardens landscaped with screens, water features and other random decorative elements that add form and structure and – let’s face it – are easier to look after than plants. But sculpture in your garden can add impact and lasting value in a…

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The art of framing

Classically framed artworks in a gallery

There is an art to framing and displaying art in your home. Of course most artworks are sold in some kind of frame, and frames can be costly, so why go to the trouble of replacing them? Well, you don’t want your home to look like a showroom. So an important thing to consider in…

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Blue and White – a classic combination

Blue and white poolside scene

Blue and white is a classic combination and I believe it is very well suited to Queensland homes with our bright sunlight and warm climate. Indeed, a crisp white interior with contrasting blue elements is an almost ‘fail-safe’ way to decorate. But it can also easily become cliched, so let’s go back to some original…

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